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A big part of studying crystallography is viewing the structures. The Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre (CCDC) maintains and curates the Cambridge Structural Database, where you can find data and visualizations of crystal structures. You can go to the Cambridge Structural Database page of this guide to learn more about using it or you can take a look at this homepage for other options. If you have questions don't hesitate to reach out to Lindsay Decker.
Reference work on crystallography and crystallographic methods, edited by the International Union of Crystallography includes articles and data tables. Emphasizes physical and chemical properties, symmetry, and crystal structure determination techniques